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SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition (Vanilla) experimental upload.

Suleburg and its neighbour Little Lake have a population of around 67 000 sims. Suleburg is on a large city map and Little Lake is on a medium city map. Little Lake is connected to Suleburg on the west-north-west side via monorail, bus, and road. Both cities seem to be doing fairly well. I would love to see how other simmers grow these cities.

I used are the Longfellow Castle and Brandenburg Gate from the SC4 Maxis files.

-Cori edit: I made the Castle and Gate clickable linkys.


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